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Te Tai Tonga

From Lower Hutt, across to Makara in the North Island, and then down to include the capital city and all of the South Island, including Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands, that’s the Te Tai Tonga region. The big cities of Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin are a part of this electorate. 

[Emotiki use courtesy of Te Puia]

Labour Party's Rino Tirikatene is the incumbent MP for Te Tai Tonga.

Previous result in Te Tai Tonga.
Current MP Rino Tirikatene (LABOUR)
Majority 3,554
Total votes 20,730

Te Tai Tonga - Live Results

Te Tai Tonga - Confirmed Result

Confirmed Result

VOTES COUNTED:  24,166     100.0%

LEADING CANDIDATE:  TIRIKATENE, Rino     10,416

2nd CANDIDATE:  TUREI, Metiria     5,740

MAJORITY:  4,676

PARTY VOTE LEAD:  Labour Party     55.8%

2nd PARTY: National Party     12.5%

Electorate seat winner

Rino Tirikatene

Labour Party
Votes: 10,416 (46%)
Margin: 4,676 (21%)

100% of booths reporting as at 12:00am

Live candidate results for Te Tai Tonga

Rino Tirikatene

10416 votes 46%

Metiria Turei

5740 votes 25%

Mei Reedy-Taare

4915 votes 22%

Emma-Jane Mihaere Kingi

1625 votes 7%

Party vote

Party vote winner

Labour Party

Votes: 13,484 (56%)
Margin: 10,470 (44%)
Live party results for Te Tai Tonga
Labour Party
13484 votes 100%
National Party
3014 votes 22%
Māori Party
2030 votes 15%
Green Party
1963 votes 15%
New Zealand First Party
1926 votes 14%
The Opportunities Party (TOP)
944 votes 7%
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party
280 votes 2%
MANA
123 votes 1%
Ban1080
58 votes 0%
ACT New Zealand
48 votes 0%
New Zealand People's Party
20 votes 0%
Conservative
18 votes 0%
NZ Outdoors Party
11 votes 0%
United Future
10 votes 0%
Internet Party
6 votes 0%
Democrats for Social Credit
5 votes 0%

Candidates in: Te Tai Tonga

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Electoral Commission - Photo / File
News

Polling booth staff mislead and confuse Māori voters

By Talisa Kupenga

A Māori politics lecturer and citizenship educator is slamming Electoral Commission staff for confusing and misinforming Māori voters at the polling booth.
Massey University's Veronica Tāwhai says this could further contribute to non-voting among Māori and revive previous claims of deliberate sabotage of Māori votes by polling booth staff.

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